— Thomas Shadwell English poet and playwright 1642 - 1692
Act III, sc. i.
„What do I say to them in the dressing-room? Nothing really. Most of the time I don't even know what they are going to do myself.“
— Kenny Dalglish Scottish association football player and manager 1951
On managing Liverpool FC ( Source http://imdb.com/name/nm0197910/bio)
„I spill water on myself all the time at nice restaurants. I've run into poles and knocked myself out.“
— Kristin Kreuk Canadian actress 1982
Teen People's "25 Hottest Stars Under 25" in 2002 http://web.archive.org/web/20060324131358/http://www.teenpeople.com/teenpeople/2002/25hottest/profile/profile_kreuk.html
„I go into solitude so as not to drink out of everybody's cistern. When I am among the many I live as the many do, and I do not think I really think. After a time it always seems as if they want to banish my self from myself and rob me of my soul.“
— Friedrich Nietzsche German philosopher, poet, composer, cultural critic, and classical philologist 1844 - 1900
— Sylvia Earle American oceanographer 1935
Interview: Sylvia Earle Undersea Explorer http://www.achievement.org/autodoc/printmember/ear0int-1, Academy of Achievement, January 27, 1991
„It's going to take some time this time
To get myself in shape.
I really fell out of line this time,
I really missed the gate.
The birds on the telephone line, (next time)
Are cryin' out to me, (next time)
And I won't be so blind next time
And I'll find some harmony.“
— Carole King Nasa 1942
It's Going to Take Some Time, co-written with Toni Stern
— Shannon Hale American fantasy novelist 1974
„I'm a vegetarian. I'm not strict; I eat fish, and duck. Well, they're nearly fish, aren't they? They're semi-submerged a lot of the time, they spend a lot of time in the water, they're virtually fish, really. And pigs, cows, sheep, anything that lives near water, I'm not strict. I'm sort of like a post-modern vegetarian; I eat meat ironically.“
— Bill Bailey English comedian, musician, actor, TV and radio presenter and author 1964
— Langdon Smith American journalist 1858 - 1908
Context: When you were a tadpole and I was a fish In the Paleozoic time, And side by side on the ebbing tide We sprawled through the ooze and slime, Or skittered with many a caudal flip Through the depths of the Cambrian fen, My heart was rife with the joy of life, For I loved you even then.
— Stella Vine English artist 1969
"Debt, Diana and homesickness" http://www.journallive.co.uk/culture-newcastle/theatre-in-newcastle/2004/06/08/debt-diana-and-homesickness-61634-14312773/ The Journal, (2004-06-08) On stripping.